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seaman. admiral. >> dana: all right. coming up, dr. ben carson, senator marco rubio, they have been facing a barrage of attacks in the press over the last few days. is it legit criticism or is there something else in play? we'll discuss it when we come back. ♪ ♪ how do you keep an older car running like new? you ask a ford customer. when they tell you that you need your oil changed you got to bring it in. if your tires need to be rotated, you have to get that done as well. jackie, tell me why somebody should bring they're car here to the ford dealership for service instead of any one of those other places out there. they are going to take care of my car because this is where it came from. price is right no problem, they make you feel like you're a family. get a synthetic blend oil change, tire rotation and much more, $29.95 after $10.00 rebate. if you take care of your car your car will take care of you. be >> andrea: welcome back to "the five." senator marco rubio delivered a powerful rebuttal to president obama's "state of the union" this week. but you wouldn't know it from th
in their campaign mode, even though they should be in their governing mode. if you listen to marco rubio, honestly, it was a flash back to the '80s. government can't help you and the rest. we had heard that song before. the people have rejected it. they wanted a government that works for them. i have been so honored to be here for a while and i've served with five presidents and i know when they're in touch with the people and when they're not. this president is in touch with the people. he's in sync with the people. whether it's the women, the middle class, grandmas and grandpas, fighting for oir children to protect them from gun violence, fighting for their jobs, you go through it. he reflects the american people and the republicans are still in that campaign mode and they can't get over it. and it's sad. it's sad for the country. >> let me hold you right to that point. we've seen presidents and we know the partisan differences. but when you have boehner not standing up for the military, some couldn't stand up when the president praised our diplomats, intelligence officers and the men and women
, they have recruited some very able candidates, ted cruz, marco rubio, people of color who can carry the gop banner who are certainly absolute conservatives, but the issue is it is not who carries the banner. it's what that flag stands for. and unless and until the republican party does some real work, real hard look at its policy and just how, you know, the animosity they have had through black and brown communities, until they do that work i don't see a pathway back. >> in another article roger says this about the president. i'm quoting him. he's too busy getting the middle class to hate rich people, blacks to hate whites. i'm now going to quote the third sentence, the third sentence of the president's inaugural address last month. what binds this nation together is not the colors of our skin, nor the tenets of our faith or the origins of our names. ken, didn't the election night teach republicans not to listen to what fox news is saying? >> well, fox news incidentally is going through some of the same soul searching and sort of reimagining of itself as the republican party, and that's no
for tonight has state of the union address. we will get reaction from senator marco rubio and oddly, brooklyn decker. >> brian: she will report and respond and the tea party response will be rand paul. that should be interesting. >> gretchen: log on for our after the show show. more with jody and these toys for girls. >> brian: see you on the radio. bill: there is breaking news. the defiant north korea is at it again. that's the rocket launch from december a few months back. i'm will hemmer, welcome to america's hughes room *. -- "america's newsroom." marthamartha: north korea says y have successfully completed a nuke car test, the kind you would put on a missile. >> reporter: the world got a bit more dangerous overnight. it is twice as powerful as the north korea completed in 1999. north korea claims it is a smaller, more sophisticated device. we have no con fir maition nation on that. if that's true, this means north korea is capable of creating something like a war head that could fit on a ballistic missile. one expert said this is an important step toward further weaponnization of their n
is live at the vatican. we'll talk to him live in a moment. martha: florida senator marco rubio is set to give the republican response to the state of the union tonight and it will be unlike any other response in history we are told, when we come back. martha: uncertainty today for the world's 1.2 billion catholics, just a day after pope benedict dropped a bit of a bombshell that stunned the world announcing his intention to step aside, which is really not done, and he will do that at the end of this month. today we are learning new details about that decision, about his health and about the role that he will play in the future of the catholic church, and that is how we start with that beautiful vatican city background this morning. i'm martha maccallum, welcome. bill: i'm bill hemmer. morning martha, the vatican saying pope benedict will be hands-off in the selection of the next holy father, they made that clear earlier today. lead leaving it up to the college of card nams to make that decision as it always is. shepard smith streams live out of rome italy. they are revealing a little
the republican response from senator marco rubio of florida, we're going to hear him talk in optimistic terms and not just bash the president, but talk about what the middle -- about what washington can do for the middle class. we're going hear a little bit about the marco rubio family story we've heard. his roots in cuba. he is going to talk about his family as an example of american exceptionalism, and he is going to broaden it and talk about republican ideas. i think he doesn't want to be hit with the idea that this is a rubio response. not the republican response. andrew, something else the republicans are doing for the first time. earlier tonight around 6:00 or 7:00 marco rubio is going to tape his response in spanish so that spanish language stations can play his response immediately after the president and not wait in that little intermission there usually is. that's a way to get a little bit of a leg up. >> rubio is working very closely. i mean, it's two steps forward, one step back i'm told, but rubio has been working very closely with this bipartisan group of senators to try to work
. the other one is immigration. democrat is a key issue. marco rubio hit that pretty hard. and he should have. this is something that there is bipartisan support for if it's done the right way. you have to respect the laws on the books. that is the big problem. >> eric: rate the "state of the union" address. >> brian: delivered fantastic. comfortable in front of the camera. i'm in awe of that. but content, i only saw three things that stood out. he sounded like george bush in the end. performance "a." substance "c." >> eric: average of a "b." >> andrea: i give him an "a." i give "a" because the fact he stuck to his principles. it's what he has been saying for four to five years. he ran on this agenda. and he figured i won on this agenda. so i'm going to stay very firmly planted on the left. as far as policy to get us back on track, i don't see anything new here. this is the same speech he gave over and over. he did it well. aggressive. >> eric: i give him an "f" for exact reason. the same thing. be clear. 100 times. he goes through the same, same manufacturered things he has done over and ove
the immigration 8. marco rubio warned if proposed, the president's bill would be dead an arrival in congress. and arizona senator, john mccain, who suggested the white house has a greater strategy at play. >> leaks don't happen in washington by accident. does the president really want a result or does he want anoth another -- to beat up republicans? >> the president's new chief of staff is defending this back-up plan saying the administration is only doing what it promised to do from the very beginning. >> we're doing exactly what the president said we would do last month in las vegas, which is we're preparing, we're going to be ready. let's make sure it doesn't have to be proposed. let's make sure that that group up there, the gang of eight, makes a good progress on these efforts, as much as they say they want to. >> all right. so if the leak proves anything, this president and the white house is working on an immigration reform plan. joining me is texas democratic congressman henry quayar. some saying the legislation is half-backed and seriously flawed and would make our immigration proble
rubio would have said, you want to know what the state of the union is? let me tell you what the state of the union is. average income of americans has dropped 5%. not since barack obama became president of the united states, but since the recession ended. our economy's in transition. more americans are being left behind. senior citizens aren't going to be assured of these entitlement programs for long. we're $6 trillion deeper in debt today than we were when barack obama became president. barack obama's allowed the national debt to go up by 60% himself since he was president. 4 million more americans are out of work today than were working when barack obama became president. we've got the weakest recovery in over 70 years with barack obama as president of the united states. it is time to think big. it is time to go long. it is time to come together. why couldn't anybody in washington say that last night? >> and there was a lack of urgency to it. there was a sense that -- it was a little bit -- so much depends on what the baseline is. and the president was almost saying things are impr
in to the duelling responses in my rant later. right now focusing on rubio. he's such a gifted communicator. he really is. that's not spin. that's not veneer. >> i agree with this. >> i'm hoping tonight that he puts on a positive message. let's be honest. this is not a response to the state of the union. this is already been written. it is basically designed to present an alternative view. i love that. so i actually -- one of my new rules for the gop is to stop describing messages in terms of obama. so i hope that it's less anti-obama and more positive, optimistic, i expect him to put in a lot of personal stories about success and growing up as an immigrant and i'm really hoping for that young revitalizing optimistic message of what conservatism can do and bring for opportunity. >> optimistic message from the republicans, that would be new. i think about -- >> it wouldn't be new. it's new of a last few years. >> you're describing the rnc speech and had that potential to launch a career in recent years. this rebuttal, generally, only has the possibility to sink a career and the odds for rubio ji
and this reflects that. >> we shouldn't be surprised people like marco rubio coming out against it. if actually proceed poed the president's bill will be dead on arrival in congress leaving us with unsecured borders and a broken legal immigration system for years to come. i mean. sure, republicans will shoot down anything that came from the white house anyway, is that all part of this? >> it absolutely is. in a way, whether or not the white house meant to leak this or not, they wanted this out there and in a way it gets republicans a lot of cover. they can shoot down the force for ray and that gives them a lot of room to work with congress and come up with their own deal without looking like they're cooperating with the president f he has his eyes on 2016, he does not want to look like he was hand-in-hand with the president on this very important legislative issue >> one of the senators that is working part of this bipartisan group is senator chuck schumer. let me play what he had to say. >> we talked to senator rubio and he is fully on board with our process and i am very hopeful that in march
-field advantage and he ends up looking like kenneth the page. >> i don't think rubio will look like that or sound like that. i think he will obviously, it will be a play on immigration. it will be hopefully an economic response to the president. to your point, joe, the president has said, we've got to do something about entitlements. the question is what? what are you willing to put on the table? is he going to lay out a specific or some direction towards a specific policy. that's what republicans will look for. more importantly to your question, they have an opportunity to frame this economic argument. you still have 21 million americans unemployed. the rate is still up. you can frame that argument and say to the president, take the laundry list you laid out tonight, give us the bill and we will wait for it in the house and embrace it and work with you and the senate democrats if that's what you want. give us the bill. >> i think the whole speech is going to be in spanish so we won't know what he says. >> i can go to sleep much much earlier and wait for the translation. >> talk about a no win si
on tougher gun laws. >>> watergate, marco rubio and the bottle. did that really just happen? and beyonce's new film, "life is but a dream." >> people see celebrities and they have money and fame, but i'm a human being. i cry. i get scared. i get nervous, just like everyone else. >> reporter: we are on the red carpet for the l.a. premiere. find out why oprah says this is a game changer. >> this "life is but a dream" is so fiercely empowering. "newsro" >>> good morning, thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin in southern california where an accused killer ex-cop is believed dead, his reign of terror over. police say it will take days to confirm that a body found inside this cabin is actually christopher dorner, the former los angeles cop who had vowed deadly vengeance for his firing. this is video from outside the cabin from cbs. he was spotted yesterday near big bear lake. he crashed a stolen car and then carjacked another vehicle from a camp ranger who happened to be on the scene. >> he came up to me with his gun pointed at me and i stopped my truck, put it in p
. senator rubio and others who say that the proposals on the table wouldn't have changed what happened in newtown are wrong. they are absolutely wrong. if that young man didn't have 30 round ammunition magazines, there would be little boys and girls alive. i'm not the only one that believes that. the families of the kids believe that as well. the fact is that these have become weapons o of mass destruction. they give a false sense of courage to these mass murders who might not walk into these schools and religious institutions and movie theaters if they didn't have the fault weapon in the first place. and without those clips if they walk in, they wouldn't do as much damage. these people who say that these changes and laws wouldn't have made a difference in newtown, they don't know the facts. >> do dwrou think something big and bold can be done or something small like universal background checks? >> i think it's okay to move incrementally. if we started with background checks and moved to other more serious issues like bans on high-capacity magazines, that's okay too. there's a moment i
to the panel here. i want to play what marco rubio had to say in the gop response prior to the water drink. prior or after. i don't know if anything matters. you take that sip of water and what he said about his personal story. >> this ideal is personal. my parents emigrated for the opportunity to improve their life. they made it to the middle class. my dad as a bartender and my mother as a cashier and maid. i didn't inherit money from them. i live in the same middle class neighborhood i grew up in. i owed over $100,000. a debt i paid off just a few months ago. >> his story is not that mitt romney could tell or touch. chris matthews said rubio said government is not the answer, but talked about medicare for his mother and a student loan he received that perhaps allow him to be the senator that he is today. what do you make of the conflict there? >> i think that senator rubioey performance is fine. i am not hung up on the water incident. >> the issue of the role of government. >> substantively the short coming to answer the question is he didn't do anything in that speech to expand the tent
. >>> the second sidebar story of tomorrow night will be the spot light for a republican rising star marco rubio. he gives the response to the president. is he the long-term answer the gop has been waiting for? let's bring back our gaggle. susan, you know, these responses say they're fraught with peril, but to me there was a no more often choice. it could have been weird had they gone any other direction. >> so is he the barack obama of the republican party? he's young, he helps address that are diversity problem, which is a really serious one. he's acceptable to the tea party folks, he talks in a way that is not scary or doesn't off-put people who are in the middle. so he is a guy with some enormous promise. >> but this is style versus substance? right now the republican party's answers to its problems are we're going to change the face, change some of our phraseology, but we're not changing substance yet? >> we're going to wait. >> one more election before we start changing. >> i think for rubio, he'll be able to deliver a good speech. he's been able to prove that time and again like at the rn
.org is the first to rebuild the gop after the 2012 election. >>> marco rubio is getting tons of attention for drinking water during the gop response to president obama's state of the union speech. he is catching in. for a $25 donation to his political action committee, the reclaim america pack will send you an official marco rubio water bottle. >>> the new website pundittracker.com rates predictses on everything from politics to sports to finance. if you're a gambler, the site says don't put your money on dick morris or pat buchanan because they both have f ratings. >>> the tv ratings are in for the state of the union address. it was watched for 33.5 million that, is the lowest number since bill clinton's last address in 2000 seen by two million fewer. >>> the president will join google for the latest a series of fireside hangouts. it's a 21st century take on franklin roosevelt's famous radio fireside chats to talk about the state of the union address. >>> and in north carolina wednesday, president obama talked about life after the white house. >> after this whole presidency thing, well,
a splinter within the republican party, have you marco rubio giving the official response and rand paul giving a tea party response. >> i think it's an american response. bottom line is this, americans are tired of speeches about jobs, they want jobs. look them in the eye and say are you worried about your job and the jobs of your children and neighbors? and they say yes? >> you have rand paul and then have you marco rubeiio. >> the line in the sand to avoid the is he quester is revenue. is more revenue required? or out of the question? as in any package to avoid the sequester? will republicans accept any alternatives to avoid the sequester that does not include more revenue? >> i'll answer first. we know these cuts with the sequester would be very deep, both on the social program side and on the military side. the fact that north korea had this launch, obviously is a very unsettling thing for our country right now. i think the american people want to see a balanced approach and i think the president is pushing it. >> balanced approach meaning revenue? >> absolutely. >> can they accept
is winning this battle for talent, which is i'm glad the president talked about it last night. senator rubio talked about it as well. i think it got the biggest ovation of the night from republicans and democrats. we need to come together and pass immigration reform. >> we heard from some small business people last night via twit tore a large degree, who said the immigration part is great, not so much on the minimum wage part. i wonder how much of an offset that might be to a small business person? >> a lot of things were talked about. it was an hour speech. there was a lot of components to it. i was encouraged when the president talked about they were building the economy. and solving the immigration issue. particularly from president obama and senator rubio, on the high-skilled immigration reform. i view it as a good night. and a hearing in the senate around immigration reformt. and this afternoon we'll hear more from the senators introducing that. we're making good progress. there's a lot of work to be done. immigration has always been a difficult, sensitive issue. it will require broad b
. >> eric: gregory had another concern. he was concerned whether marco rubio was going to make it through the next speech without drinking water. >> bob: mccain called benghazi a massive coverup. that's going way over -- >> greg: what if it was moderate one? >> bob: if it was a screwup, not a coverup. that is a different. >> dana: why would they do it? >> bob: it was election time. >> dana: don't you think that is a story? >> andrea: they're not even admitting it was a coverup. >> bob: that is politics. >> andrea: the president talking about transparency, he said after the words benghazi is not a good example. he said that was largely driven by campaign stuff. four dead americans are campaign stuff. then we learn last thursday he didn't make one phone call at all. don't you think if you are the president of the united states you would follow up to see how benghazi turned out? i mean there was no 3:00 a.m. phone call. he was just like don't call me at all. call me, maybe. no, don't bother me. it's bizarre. >> bob: at the expense of sounding cruel here, you know, there was a lot of things g
on the leak. florida senator marco rubio said the measure would be dead on arrival if sent to congress as is. he said it doesn't do enough to beef up border security. >>> baltimore's most famous doctor is taking on president obama. world renowned neurosurgeon dr. ben carson speaks out against the president's policies, with the president just a few feet away. adam may has a look at the enormous impact of the speech. >> reporter: hi, kai. just got off the phone a couple of seconds ago with dr. ben carson. he said he is very surprised by all the attention his speech is getting, conservatives like rush limbaugh, sean hannity, lining up behind him. >> dr. ben carson, highly critical of president obama's healthcare and economic policies during the national prayer breakfast. >> moral decay. fiscal irresponsibility. they destroy themselves. and if you don't think that can happen to america, you get out your books, and you start reading. >> reporter: the speech, cheered by conservative pundits. >> r. >> amazing speech. move over, president obama. the do
rubio's case the party chose someone else and in senator rubio's case chose someone who is now a democrat. it wasn't a good choice. let's have healthy primaries. if people want to contribute on all sides let people make voluntary contributions and you will see how it goes. i think primaries you get a good candidate typically. >> chris: let's turn to the president's agenda. what is wrong with the idea that the president laid out in the state of the union that yes at this time particularly when we have a weak recovery we need to spend more money he calls it investment on education on infrastructure, on research, especially when mr. obama says if you make cuts in other places we won't add, his words, a dime to the deficit. >> yeah, he said that about 20 times in the last four years. meanwhile he added $6 trillion to the debt. i think it is really disingenuous. he said in the speech that he reduced the debt by $2 trillion. he added $6 trillion. that means because he didn't add $8 trillion he reduced it by $2 trillion. that is absurd. he listed 50 new programs and said they will not
marco rubio call the supported version of the president's plan "dead on arrival" in congress. rubio supports the bipartisan gang of eight plan released last month t also offers a pathway to citizenship along with more money for border security. republicans say the white house plan doesn't do enough to secure america's borders, even though it would increase funds for the border patrol. >>> and like many sports fans around the world, the news of track star oscar pistorius being charged with a valentine's day murder of his girlfriend was a shock to olympian usain bolt. >> what i heard was like what? who? as in the amputee, the guy who ran the 400 meter? i was asking all kinds of questions because this can't be the same guy that i've seen, that i know, and i still can't process it really. i'm trying to process what really happened, what's going on, so as far as i'm concerned, i'm just listening out, listen to the news, hear what's up, follow twitter and let's see what's going on because for me, i'm still in shock for what happened. >> and pistorius remains in jail until his bond hearing
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